John Lydon, the former Sex Pistol, would have "loved to be a painter", he says in one of a series of interviews with leading punk rockers to be aired in a BBC season entitled "Punk Britannia" next month.
The interview with the man once known as Johnny Rotten will go out on 5 June, the day of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, echoing the Sex Pistols' release of the anarchic "God Save the Queen" during the Silver Jubilee 35 years ago.
The month-long season on TV and radio, will also feature Mick Jones, Paul Weller, Pete Shelley, Adam Ant, Billy Idol and Siouxsie Sioux.
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